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New hotel above Angelo’s and Stratos in Preston city centre planned

Posted on - 13th January, 2021 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, Central Lancashire Development Plan, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston Council, Preston Locations, Preston News, Redevelopment
Angelo's restaurant, Pic: Google
Angelo’s restaurant, Pic: Google

Plans have been submitted to turn the second floor of Angelo’s and Stratos restaurants and bars into a hotel.

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The application states it is to change the use from staff accommodation into a hotel with 14 studio rooms.

There are no plans for an external extension to be added to the building.

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The hotel which would be located on Avenham Street, Preston city centre, will consist of a 589m².

No car parking spaces are expected to be added or removed from the existing area.

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The plans state that there will be one full-time job as well as one part-time job.

The agent of the plans is Mark Heyes based in Bamber bridge.

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